Wednesday, 25 November 2020

Who Needs A Tow Truck, When Bueyes Will Do (Video)

A video has gone viral on social networks after two oxen (bueyes in Spanish) managed to pull a trailer that had been stuck in the mud.

In the end the vehicle managed to get out thanks to the oxen on the Panamanian side of Boquete, Chiriqui, a small mountain town in Panama, located in the western-most Province of Chiriquí, about 60 kilometres (37 mi) from the border with Costa Rica, and lies on the Caldera River, in Panama’s green mountain highlands.

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The next time you get stuck in the mud, forget the cost of a tow truck, just ask your friendly farmer for a helping hand (hoof) of his/her bueyes.

Watch the video posted by Guananoticias. Impressive.

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